Louann (Williams) Brown Tabor was born in Summersville, Missouri to Ralph and Verna (McClellan) Williams on April 22, 1941. She passed away peacefully on May 29, 2021, at West Vue Nursing Center, West Plains, Missouri at the age of 80.
She moved to Mountain View, Missouri at the age of three years old and attended Mountain View school, graduating in 1959. On November 8, 1959, Louann was united in marriage to Ray G. Brown, and to this union, they had a daughter, Karen Sue. Later on in her life, she was united in marriage to Carl Tabor.
Louann is preceded in death by her both of her husbands, Ray Brown and Carl Tabor; parents, Ralph and Verna Williams; one brother, Jerold Williams; one nephew; and one great-nephew.
She is survived by one daughter, Karen Sue Rodman; two grandsons, Michael and Nathan Rodman; three great-granddaughters, Leah Rodman, Khloe Rodman, and Audrie Hall Rodman; one great-grandson, Kayden Rodman; one brother, Leonard Williams, and wife, Delores of Waterloo, IA; one sister, Joyce Dalton and husband, Bob of Chesterfield, MO; one niece; three nephews; two great-nieces; and a host of cousins and friends.
Louann had many career choices ranging from office personnel to an over-the-road truck driver, but one of her favorites was being a seamstress. She enjoyed creating many quilts and designing and sewing fashionable clothing for her family. Above all her greatest career, which she took the most pride in, was being a homemaker and delighting in her grandchildren who she loved to spoil.
She will be missed by all while living in our hearts and memories.
Private family services were held June 1 in Antioch Cemetery in Pomona, Missouri under the direction of Yarber Mortuary, Mountain View. Condolences may be expressed at www.yarbermortuary.com.

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